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  • May 11, 2021 11:58 AM | Anonymous

    The Angel Foundation presents: Understanding Our Experiences -- Exploring Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Our Cancer Community

    Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 12pm-1pm

    Join Angel Foundation for this important discussion featuring:
    - Anthony Bass, Senior Executive Director for MN at American Cancer Society
    - Cindy Kaigama, Cancer Survivor and Health Equity Leader
    - Dr. Neel Trivedi, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist at Allina Health
    - Moderator: Jackie Thomas-Hall, VP and Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer at Allina Health
    - Dave Becker, President & CEO at Angel Foundation 

    Register here!

  • May 11, 2021 11:23 AM | Anonymous

    HPV Vaccination and Oropharyngeal Cancer: May 20 | 12:15-1p.m.

    HPV-related oropharyngeal cancers are on the rise. 70% of these cancers could be prevented by the HPV vaccine. Kendall Tasche, M.D., will cover updated HPV vaccine guidelines for boys and girls with a focus on the role they can play in preventing HPV-related head and neck cancers.

    Reserve your spot at

    HPV and Oropharyngeal CancersJune 2 | 12:15-1p.m.

    HPV is associated with six different cancers. Cancers in the back of the throat (oropharynx) traditionally have been caused by tobacco and alcohol, but recent studies show that 70% of cancers of the oropharynx may be linked to HPV. Kathryn M. Van Abel, M.D. will talk about the increase in HPV associated head and neck cancers and the most effective ways to treat them.

    Reserve your spot at

  • May 11, 2021 11:13 AM | Anonymous

    The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), in collaboration with the University of Florida Center for Arts in Medicine and ArtPlace America, announces the publication of, “Arts in Public Health,” a special supplement of its peer-reviewed journal Health Promotion Practice (HPP).

    This important collection of papers advances the current knowledge about, skills needed for, and examples of work using the arts to advance individual and population health. 

    Curated by guest co-editors Jill Sonke, Lourdes Rodriguez and Melissa Valerio-Shewmaker, the supplement features 18 commentaries, full-length articles, and calls to action from thought leaders, practitioners and researchers working to establish an evidence base and set best practices in the field of arts in public health. The Arts in Public Health supplement is available open access!

    Additionally, SOPHE will offer a webinar series featuring a variety of the manuscript authors beginning May 19. Register for it now! 

  • May 07, 2021 8:25 AM | Anonymous

    APHA has partnered with the All of Us Research Program at NIH to build one of the largest biomedical data resources of its kind, and put it in the hands of the most diverse group of researchers. Minority researchers are encouraged to join APHA and All of Us at 4 p.m. ET on Thursday, May 20, to learn about the All of Us program and Research Hub, how to access it and how to start using the data. You can learn more about the Research Hub here:

    RSVP today and join us on May 20!

    Note: This is going to be a great opportunity for public health students, early career professionals, and folks underrepresented in the research community to access a really diverse pool of data. This is also the start of APHA's work with All of Us on the research side of things: In June we'll be scheduling a couple of trainings to learn one of the languages required to use the Research Hub, and by the end of June we'll have the call out for the next round of Affiliate funding opportunities, which are also going to be research-based this time around (details to come!). The May 20 webinar is a great intro to all of these opportunities. I hope you'll encourage your members to join in!

  • May 05, 2021 2:57 PM | Anonymous

    Last Wednesday, MinnPost published a commentary submitted by Annie Krapek of the Twin Cities Medical Society. This op-ed is in support of fully funding SHIP, which aligns directly with MPHA’s legislative priorities.

    You can check out the full story here!

  • May 03, 2021 3:05 PM | Anonymous

    Please join APHA at 4 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, May 4 for a free webinar detailing tools and funding available to school districts and health professionals looking to safely reopen during the COVID-19 pandemic.


    To support in-person learning for K-12 students, teachers and staff, the Biden administration is directing $10 billion toward increased COVID-19 testing in schools. In Tuesday’s webinar, we'll share details on testing tools that have already been used in thousands of U.S. schools. This webinar will introduce the Thermo Fisher-Color Health partnership and tools to make on-site student testing accessible to schools, and without disruption to teaching? 


    RSVP to attend this free webinar at 4 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, May 4.

  • May 03, 2021 8:48 AM | Anonymous

    Screen Free Week, May 3-9, is an annual invitation to screen less and live more and is celebrated around the world. Thousands of families, schools and communities seek ways to replace screen time with intentional family time, playtime, and outdoor activities.

    During the week, LiveMore ScreenLess will be promoting the benefits of time spent off digital media as well as be drawing attention to the Digital Wellbeing bill (SF 1012 | HF 1836) that is in the senate's omnibus bill. This bill supports promoting Digital Wellbeing for all Minnesota students, parents and teachers through four strategies - development of an online resource hub, a statewide communications campaign, professional development/training for educators, and peer education training for young people.

    Click here for more information about Screen Free Week and LiveMore ScreenLess!

  • April 26, 2021 5:11 PM | Anonymous

    This live-streamed town hall is designed to enhance collaboration among and between the Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic, American Indian and African American communities to enhance COVID prevention and vaccination. Click here for a list of featured speakers!

    Watch on April 28, 7:00 - 8:45 p.m. at or

  • April 24, 2021 12:05 PM | Anonymous

    The conference will consist of a keynote address from Commissioner Jan Malcom, six highly interactive workshops, and a policy panel. Choose from a track tailored to the general audience and a new track including content tailored for students. Please note that workshops have limited capacity. If a topic resonates with you, register online today!

  • April 20, 2021 7:37 AM | Anonymous

    The Association for Training on Trauma and Attachment in Children (ATTACh) invites you to join us as a participant in a special training series Attachment and Trauma-Focused Therapy for Mental Health providers (ATFT-MH) and invites your parents and caregivers to participate in our Hope for Healing Training Series (HFH).

    The ATFT-MH Training provides theoretical and practical knowledge for clinicians who are treating attachment and trauma issues in children and families. The initial course is 50 hours to include 30 hours of direct instruction and 20 hours of online reading and video presentation. There is an option for an additional 30 hours of credits earned through online video trainings and readings so that individuals are able to qualify for Registered Clinician status with ATTACh. There will be 40 direct contact hours within a virtual setting, including daily clinical practice opportunities.

    For more information or to register, visit:

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